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George L. on ContractsCounsel
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August 16, 2022

George L.

Owner
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Rock Hill, SC
5 Yrs Experience
Licensed in SC GA
University of Georgia School of Law

I am a corporate attorney with offices in Rock Hill, SC, and Lavonia, GA. My practice is focused on contracts, tax, and asset protection planning. I act as a fractional outside general counsel to over 20 businesses in 6 countries. When not practicing law, I can usually be found training my bird dogs.

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Jonathan M.

Attorney
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Charlotte, NC
14 Yrs Experience
Licensed in SC NC, VA
Charlotte School of Law

Owner and operator of Meek Law Firm, PC. Meek Law Firm provides comprehensive business law representation, precise and informed representation for real estate transactions in the commercial and residential markets of North and South Carolina and efficient succession and estate planning for business owners and individuals.

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Ryan D.

Partner
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Charlotte, North Carolina
7 Yrs Experience
Licensed in SC NC, NJ
Villanova University Charles Widger School of Law

Ryan Duffy is a skilled attorney with extensive experience in business law and estate planning. He received his undergraduate degree in Business from Franklin & Marshall College and went on to graduate from Villanova University Charles Widger School of Law. Ryan has worked with numerous clients on matters ranging from business formation and contract drafting to estate planning and asset protection. He is dedicated to helping businesses of all sizes achieve their goals while minimizing legal risks. He also works closely with individuals and families to help them protect their assets and plan for the future. With his extensive knowledge and practical approach, Ryan can provide valuable legal guidance and support to clients in need of business law and estate planning services.

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May 17, 2023

Ellen B.

Attorney
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South Carolina
22 Yrs Experience
Licensed in SC
Walter F. George School of Law - Mercer University

Generated 20+ types of legal documents: contractual agreements, settlement agreements, demand letters, court orders, motions, mediation reports, briefs, complaints. Maintained active caseloads of 30+ clients at a time in high conflict, high emotional costs litigation. Prepared for daily client meetings, weekly trials, multiple daily hearings by creating legal documentation, timelines, case notes, conducting research.

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November 1, 2021
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Andrew M.

Attorney
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Sarasota, Florida
9 Yrs Experience
Licensed in SC CO, NC
University of Denver Sturm College of Law

Business Venture Law: Andrew Moore, Esq. focuses on solving modern business problems with common sense at affordable rates.

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July 8, 2023

Rob D.

Attorney
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Bluffton, SC
10 Yrs Experience
Licensed in SC
University of Dayton School of Law

Attorney with 10 years experience focusing on corporate transactions and formations, real estate, and estate planning.

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August 21, 2023

Brad T.

Business Lawyer
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Anderson, South Carolina
12 Yrs Experience
Licensed in SC
Charlotte School of Law (Juris Doctorte)

William Bradley Thomas, or Brad, is a seasoned attorney in South Carolina, offering expert counsel to both emerging and established businesses and individuals. His specialties encompass alcohol licensure, asset protection, business law, Counsel on Call Concierge Legal Service™, estate planning, NFA firearms trusts, legal research, and document review. Brad’s unique approach is informed by his rich experience and diverse background. Not only is he a devoted father to three daughters (Anna, Kate, and Jessica), but he also served as the assistant Oconee County, South Carolina attorney. A pioneer in the local industry, he co-founded Carolina Bauernhaus Brewery & Winery, the state’s first farmhouse brewery and winery. His other roles have included membership in the South Carolina Bar Association’s House of Delegates, a board member of the South Carolina Brewers Guild, and an affiliate member of the same organization. Moreover, Brad is a certified Design for Six Sigma (DFSS) Green Belt and has accumulated over a decade’s worth of experience conducting onsite audits and financial analyses on domestic and international secured credit transactions, totaling over $5 Billion across diverse industries. With such a comprehensive skill set, Brad can provide sound legal and business advice that can help you manage and expand your business operations effectively. He can assist with selecting and establishing the most appropriate legal entity for your company, securing and retaining federal and South Carolina alcohol licensure, securing company incentives, and drafting, reviewing, and negotiating favorable contracts. All these services are designed to minimize risk and maximize both earnings and tax savings. Brad also offers estate planning services. Recognizing that life’s ups and downs can sometimes distract from ensuring that your loved ones are well taken care of, Brad applies the same legal and business fundamentals to his estate planning practice. These services include the preparation of wills, NFA firearms trusts (gun trusts), power of attorneys, and advance directives. So when your day at the office is over, you can relax, knowing that your business is running smoothly and your family’s future is secure, thanks to a tailored estate plan. If you’re seeking a trusted ally to guide you in business and personal legal matters, contact Brad Thomas at bthomas@scattorneysatlaw.com or review his firms website at www.scattorneysatlaw.com and discover how he can help you confidently navigate and enjoy all aspects of your life!

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July 9, 2024

Joshua S.

Sr. Associate Counsel, Contracts and Data Privacy
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Charlotte, NC
1 Yr Experience
Licensed in SC
University of South Carolina School of Law

Business-focused attorney with a proven track record of providing comprehensive organizational support in a fast-paced setting under increasingly tighter deadlines. With experience in not just Legal, but also in Sales and Finance, balancing corporate interests against risk exposure to produce the ideal organizational solution – i.e., “seeing the big picture” – comes naturally. Exceptional communicator who thrives at building trusted relationships both internally & externally, as well as distilling complex legal concepts into more easily digestible ideas. Highly adept negotiator with an extensive understanding of a wide variety of contractual arrangements (Purchasing, Leasing, SaaS, ISAs, BAAs, DPAs, NDAs, etc.), and a working knowledge of major domestic and global data privacy laws. Passionate about sports, entertainment, and people.

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Karen H. on ContractsCounsel
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July 23, 2023

Karen H.

Former Division General Counsel
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Chicago
43 Yrs Experience
Licensed in IL
Loyola University Chicago School of Law

During my tenure as VP & Division General Counsel of PepsiCo Inc. in Chicago, I built upon my diverse career overseeing legal matters for both the domestic and international businesses of PepsiCo and The Quaker Oats Co. My extensive practice areas included M&A, contracts, competition, NDAs, regulatory compliance, consumer product & protection, environmental, patents, and advertising regulations. Throughout my professional journey, I navigated legal complexities associated with an eclectic range of products, spanning juices, sports drinks, cereals, snacks, needlepoint kits, canned goods, eyeglasses, men's suits, car seats and toys. For further information, see my LinkedIn: http://linkedin.com/in/karen-hunter-a700179

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July 23, 2023

John W.

Strategic Business Partner
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Brookline, MA
38 Yrs Experience
Licensed in DC, MD, VA
Georgetown University Law Center

I am a business lawyer with 30+ years of experience, with a specialization in the life sciences industry. I have been general counsel at 5 different companies - both large and growing, as well as small and emerging. I have built legal teams and have extensive experience with Boards of Directors.

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July 24, 2023

Tameko P.

Founder/CEO
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Olive Branch, MS
5 Yrs Experience
Licensed in MS
Mississippi College School of Law

Greene Litigation Group, PLLC., specializes in Personal Injury, Criminal Defense, Contract Dispute, Wills & POAs, Irreconcilable Differences Divorce, Business Formation, Contract Drafting, and Landlord Tenant Law

Family Legal Questions and Answers

Family

Contract Agreement

Florida

Asked on Sep 4, 2021

Are emails legally binding?

My ex-husband and I discussed getting my son a cell phone, but he was very much against it. We came to an agreement that we would not get him one until the end of the school year, but my current husband bought him one. I am wondering if the email that was written is legally binding. I would like my son to still be able to use the phone, even though my exhusband is still against it, but wanted to make sure the agreement that was made wasn't legally binding.

Ayelet F.

Answered Sep 10, 2021

Early in law school we learned that any bargain for consideration can be legally binding, meaning anything even written on a cocktail napkin can be binding if it contains the elements necessary to deem it a contract. Although I am answering this as a hypothetical and not as your attorney it is very possible for an agreement to be deemed legally binding when done via email if it can meet the threshold of being a contract. The basic elements for a contract or legally binding agreement are offer and acceptance, adequate consideration, capacity and legality of the contract. If an email contains all those elements it can be an agreement that was made through the course of the communication. I would certainly recommend speaking with your divorce attorney or a family law attorney licensed in your state if you are concerned about any possible liability. *The answer above does not constitute legal advice, nor create an attorney-client relationship.*

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Family

Custodial Agreement

Michigan

Asked on Feb 27, 2022

Who do I contact for a cease and desist order

Daughters dads mom keeps harassing and threatening to call CPS and has called CPS on me to be able to see my daughter. I have given her ample chances to fix her mistakes cuz with her she won’t listen to the parent she does and takes things upon herself. Need this stopped please

David H.

Answered Mar 18, 2022

Hello, my name is David hatch I'm a Michigan licensed attorney. I have several years of experience with parenting time and custody issues. That appears to be what you're asking about. It would be helpful first to understand more about the situation. Like if there is a divorce decree and find some time order or any other type of order related to the children in the situation you're dealing with. Once I understand the situation I can help you determine a course of action.

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Family

Separation Agreement

New Jersey

Asked on Mar 29, 2021

What is the difference between a separation agreement and divorce?

I am considering options with my partner and don't want to go through a divorce if it isn't needed.

Jane C.

Answered Mar 29, 2021

Divorce is the legal termination of marriage. With a separation agreement, the couple remains married and the court outlines their rights and responsibilities while living apart. Disclaimer - This information is provided for general informational purposes only. No information contained in this post should be construed as legal advice and does not establish an attorney-client relationship.

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Family

Postnuptial Agreement

Florida

Asked on Apr 24, 2023

Can a postnuptial agreement be enforced in another state?

I recently got married and I am looking to create a postnuptial agreement. I live in one state, but my spouse lives in another state. We are both hoping to move to the other's state in the near future. I am wondering if a postnuptial agreement created in one state can be enforced in the other state.

Diane D.

Answered May 2, 2023

yes.

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Family

Prenuptial Agreement

Massachusetts

Asked on Mar 21, 2023

How does a prenuptial agreement affect taxes?

As a couple planning to get married, my partner and I are concerned about the tax implications of a prenuptial agreement. We are wondering if entering into a prenuptial agreement will have any impact on our tax obligations or if there are any specific tax considerations that we should be aware of. We are seeking advice from a lawyer who can provide us with guidance on this matter.

Briana C.

Answered Apr 25, 2023

A prenuptial agreement does not in itself affect how taxing authorities will treat the spouses. But it can create promises between the spouses toward one another. For example, it may create a promise to file jointly, or specify that they are making no such promise. And it can create a promise by each spouse to pay the other back for any taxes the other pays on his or spouse's behalf. The decision whether to file jointly or separately does have tax implications with taxing authorities.

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